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OUR STOCK AND PRICES.
We have the largest and newest
steck: of urniture in Salem. Prices
as low as the lowest.
Buren & Hamilton.
298, 300 and 302 Commercial Street
Road Machinery and Agricultural Implements.
Latest Improved Goods and Lowest Tilcej.
N, W. Corner State and Liberty streets, :
Did you sco thoso wonder
ful suits we sold last week at
$10 a suit?
Did you sco 'em in the win
Did you see 'em in the store?
Did you seo 'em on the
Did you know that they are
really our$15, 10.50,18,22.50,
and 25 suits
We give you tho choice of
any man's tuit in tho houso
Wo havo nothing that wo ask
more for. Don't get excited
by bur clothing sales; hut just
keep pegging toward this store,
where you can get jmen'B cloth
ing for about half what other
dealora will ask ynu.
All our $10 and 512 Mack
intoshes during this sale, 0.50
G. W. JOHNSON & SON.
- SALEM, OBtfGOtf, TUESDAY,
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J. M. M!TC1ELL'S WORK
As Chairman of the Iteimbliran
ON THE SENATE COMMITTEES.
Iteport Submitted to tho Full
Washington, Dee. 17. Tho Repub
lican caucus committee of tho eenate of
which John H. Mitchell, of Oregou, Is
cbalrman.complotcd Its work of assign
ing tho majority membership of the
senate committees today, and will be
prepared to report to tho Republican
caucus. The assignment of chairman
ships la aa follews:
Agriculture, Proctor; appropriations,
Allison; to audit contingent expenses,
Jones (Nevada); ceusus,Cuandler; civil
service, Pritchurd; claims, Teller; const
defense, Squire; commerce, Frye; Dis
trict of Columbia, McMillan; education
and labor, Bhoup; enrolled bllls,Bewoll;
examination of branches or civil ser
vice, Pefl'or; finance, Merrill; lisherlcs,
Perkins; foreign rotations, Bhormau;
Immigration, Dodge; Improvement
Mississippi rlver,NelBou;Indlau affairs,
Peltlgrew; Indian depredations, Wil
son; Interstate commerce, Cullom; Irri
gation, Warren Judiciary, Hourjllbrary,
HariBbrough; manufactures, Wetmore;
military aflalrs, Hawley; mines and
mining, Stewart; naval aflalrs, Camer
on; organization of executive depart
ments, Butler, Pacific railroads, Gear;
patents, Piatt; pensions, Ualllnger;
poatoffloes, Wolcott; printing, Hale;
privileges and elections, Mitchell (Ore
gon); public buildings, Quuy; public
lundSi Dubois; railroads, Clarke; re
lations with Canada, Carter; revision
of the laws, Burrows; rules, Aldrlch;
territories, Davl ; transportation routes
to seaboard. McBride: universitv of tho
TTii.ri Htaiaa. .Kul- Intnrnatlnnnl yLnw
, Thurston; to in vesugute me
ccoloclcal survey, Ellilns; national
banking, Mautlc; forest reservations,
Alleu; trespass upon Indian lands,
Baker; Ford theater disaster to bo
tilled when tho United States senators
This disposes of tho chairmanships of
all except 11 committees. Tho com
mittees uudlspoBod of aro known as tho
minority committees. Tho Republi
cans now control them, aud they will
fall to tho Democrats under tho new
organization. Tho caucus committee
has made provisions for tho Populist
senators as tho Democrats did In tho
last congress, and has given each of
thorn a chairmanship, giving each tho
same position hold undor the Demo
crats, except Kyle, who ia promoted
from the chairmanship of tho com
mitteo on education and labor to that
of tho university of tho United States.
The commltteo will recommend tho
enlargement of all tho larger com-
'mlttees, Including finance from 10 to 12
members; udlciary, from 11 to 13; ap
propriations, from 0 to 12. The in
centlvo to this chango is found In tho
dilllculty of bamonlzlng all tho ele
ments in the party, hut it Is Justified
by tho growth of tho eenato as a body.
The republican membership of tho
moro Important commltteo of the cau
cus committee's recomendatlons, as
adopted, will be made as follews:
Appropriations Allison, Hale, Cul
lom, Teller, Quay, I'eltlgrew und
Foreign relatlons-Bherman, Fryo,
Davis, Cullom, Cambron and Lodge.
Finance Merrill, Sherman, Alljson,
Aldrlch, Piatt, Wolcott and Jones
Judiciary-Hoar, Teller, Piatt, Mitch
oil (Oregon), Dayls, Thurston nnd
Commerce Frye, Cullom, Quay,
Squlro.MoBrlde, JSIklns and MoMillan.
Interstate commerce Cullom,
Chandler, Wolcott, Aldrlch, Gear and
Mlllltary ofMra-Hawlfly, Cameron,
Bhoup, Proctor, Seweli and Elklna.
Naval aflmrs-Caraeron, Hale, Per
kins, McMillan, Dubois and one other.
Puelflo rallroads-uear, rye, diow
art, Wolcott and oue other.
Chandler aud Burrows are added to
the committee on pootofllces, Warreu
to that of public grounds, and Wet
ruore aud Prltchard to the District of
After tho Hit la passed upon by Re
publican caucus, It will be banded to
the Democrats, when It la supposed
Children Cry for
DECEMBER U, 1895
tbe.C will proceed tMlll out tho minor
ity representation od the committees.
It Is supposed that that can ho done
iu time to permit tljo committee ap
pointments to he inklo Into this week,
hut tho Ropuhllcatt managers rcnll.a
that they ore nt Ul$ rueroy of Demo
crata Iu this respect?) They havo given
up all hopo of tho ejection of ofllcerB
rieforo the holidays.
POOR ULMJf WEDDLE.
Qtory of the Unfortunate Girl Sulcldo
Tuknku, Dee. 16f-3peclal. Poor
IjIIMo Weddlo I HeJ earthly troubles
are at an end. flhg snapped tho Utile
thread of ltfo with her own hands nnd
In now trying tho rellltlea of an eternal
world. Whether her enlrlt hns found
tho rest tho bo irAloh desired and la
now slumbering Inljbeaceml dreams or
whether it wondsca an outcast on a
forsaken shore, stlfjautlerlng from tho
cares she sought to'i)levlate, wo do cot
know. But we 4$ know that her
Judjra was He whS docth all things
The story of her,brlmo is a Bad
and rife with le
. - t
to young and old.
Bhe was" young,
ly 15; just in the
morning 9t life.-'
st at a period
where Joxand bat
ucm usually bau-
Uhc8 trowjle and i
o. But It was not
so In Ilia ltr nf T.lL
e Wcddle; sho was
burde&eu with car
, which it seemed,
bor tenoer years vteould not sustain.
While bef trouble 1ft no desree luatlflea
bor awful deed, yejftt explains It.
Rumcr tolls, that wie loved a boy, an
honest induairlou8youtu, who In re
turn, loved her, nQdJthelrJoys wore the
highest when tbvyAvcreiu each othor'a
company. Yet tholr lovo was only a
youthful love, and probably they had
nuver allowed the jjfnhject of marriage
to porplex their yo ng minds.
Butnlaslhor pnftnts, without con
sulting her wishtjs, cboso for hor a
man to be her loyoi against whom hor
very nature rovotteti. Then hor trouble
beguu; bud was notjpermltted to enjoy
the ploasuro of thejbompany of tho ono
she loved, and Was compelled to go
with her parontaj oholco to public
places, there to bo numllutod by him as
ho reeled in a stateTpf Intoxication.
Wben she wo'ilcfitay to her would bo
lovor that she would never marry him,
bis reply would bejlthat sho would If
sway old her.iou'.
minus in una hihio
about a week ugo when tho girl
happened to bo In Jeilersot) whuro uhu
fell Into the company of her youug
frloud. Her wouldbo lover hcelug
thorn together went to hor parcntH and
told what ho had ween. When sho re
turned homo sho tried to luduco her
parcntfl to bellevo that they had Ueu
misinformed and that sho had not
heon with her forbidden company; ehe
oven came to town tho next morning
to try toporsuado one of her girl frlonda
to toll her parents a falsehood about it,
that she might escapo threatened
punishment. But falling Iu this the
seemed hroft of hopo nnd expressing p.
wish for tho end of ltfo sho started
homeward and was found a few
hours later; dying by the road side.
Sho had taken corbollo add. With
tho aid of physicians sho waa enabled
to Burvlvo several duyu but at no tlmo
could ehe be Induced to express a regret
for her crime.
She IIIIb a prematura grave all be
cause those divine Injunctiens: "Chil
dren, oboy your parents in nil thiuge,"
aud "Father provoko not your chil
dren lest they be discouraged.," were
FIRE AT WINNIPEG.
Woman Thought to Havo Ferlsbad In
Minneapolis, Minn., Dec. 17. A
Winnipeg, Man,, apodal to the Jour
'This morning ut 8:20 a lire broke
out In tho holler rooms of the Couohan
block, a four story bulldlug. Tho
ground floor was used for stores und
the upper lloora were divided into suites
for residences. Thero wore 40 of these
suites, nearly all occupied. Very few
occupants were stirring and the tUraea
gained a good headway bofuro tho
alarm was generally Riven. The stair.
ways wore cut on uy lire, anu mo nre
escapes and ladders raised by tho de
partment werotheonly means of reach
ing tho ground for most or tho occu
panla. Major MorrU doputy serjeant-at-arms
ofthe Manitoba legislature, waa
suffocated and his wlfo Is still missing.
She Is believed to havo perlshod. Mr.
and Mr. Bagley Jumped from the
top story to a one-story building and
wero badly injured. Beveral children
wero Injured by Jumping Into blankets.
The law la estimated at f 100,000,
The beat 25 cent doll lathe world
at Osburne's racket store. 173t
Bam to reut near bu aue part of
town. Enquire si tins onice.
Children Cry for
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS
President Cleveland Tnkfs
(he Venezuelan Qucalion.
MONROE DOCTRINE OUT OF DATE,
JJut Cleveland Thinks avo Need It
in Onr JtusincKS.
Wasiiinoton, Dee. 17. President
Cleveland today sent to eonnrosa hla
message on the reply of Groat Brltlan
In the Venezuelan dispute. Tho roply
la embodied In two communications
addressed by the British prime minis
ter to Blr Julian Pauucefote, British
ambassador. The president says It wilt
be seen that ono of these communica
tions 1b dovoted exclusively to observa
tions upon the Monroe dootrlne, nud It
olalmB,that In the present Instanco the
now aud strange oxteuslos and devel
opment of this doctrine is insisted
upon by tho United States; that rea
sons Justifying appeal to tho doctrine
enunolated by President Monroe aro
generally Inapplicable to tho state of
tilings iu which wa llyu at tho present
day, and especially In applicable to tho
controveruy, involving tho boundary
lino between Great Britain and Vono
suelo." Without attempting extended
arguments to reply to thesej posi
tions, It may not be amiss to suggest
that tho doctrlno upon which we stand
Is strong nnd Bound, becauso Its en
forcement Is Important to our country
und our safety as n nation, and essen
tia! to tho lutogrlty of our frco Institu
tions and tho trauqull malntenunoo of
our distinctive form of government.
It waa Intended to apply to ovcry ntngu
of our national llfo, nnd cannot bo
come ubsoleto whllo our republic
endures. It Is also suggested In tho
British roply that we should not seek
to apply the Mouroo doctrlno to the
peuding dispute because "It dooa not
flVJMY'" !' nrlnnlnlM of lnlri)AtlnnnI
Tlila M'vcrnint'iit has proposed to tho
govern et of Great Brltulu to resort
toarbltritlloii n a proer meaus of
HOttllug theqlieMlou, It will bo teen
from tho correspondence herewith sub
mitted that this proposition has beon
declined by tho British government,
upon grounds which under tho circum
stance eom to mo to bo far from satla
factory. Tho coursu to bo pursued by
this government Ic view of tho present
coudltlon does not appear to admit of
Hcrlous doubt. Nothing remains but
to accept tho situation, to rocogulr.e ltn
plain requirements nnd doal with it
accordingly. Tho dlsputo has rouchod
such a stage as to make It now Incum
bent upon the United States to take
measured todotormlno with sulllclont
iutelllgouon us a basis for its Justifi
cation what la tho true divisional lino,
Iu order that such examination
should bo prosecuted lu a through aud
satisfactory manner, I suggest that
congress make an adequate approprla
rlon for tho expenses of a commission
to bo appointed by tho executive, who
ahull make tho necessary Investigation
and roport upon tho matter with the
least possible dolay. Wbon such n
report Is made nud accepted It will, iu
my opinion, bo tho duty. of tho United
Btutee, to rcolit by every means in Its
powor, aa willful aggression upon its
rights and In teres ts, the appropriation
by Great Britain of any lauds, or
exorcise governmental Jurisdiction over
utiy terrltory.whlch after Investigation
wo havo determined of right belongs
Iu making theao recommendations I
nm fully alive to tho responsibility
Incurred and keenly realize all the con
aequoncea that may follow, Thero la
no calamity whloh a great nation can
Invito which equals that which follows
supreme submission to wrong aud
injustice, und consequent loss of na
tional self respect and honor, beneath
whloh Is shielded and defendod tho
people's safety aud greatness,
Fi'NunAb fciEHViOKfl. The lunorul
services of Mrs. W. A. Itlco will bo
conducted at 10 o'clock tomorrow from
tho Friend's church, Rev. Klwood
Bushels of dolls at 0burno's
Rubber goods cheap at Krausae Ilron.
Dolls from I cent to $6,CQ at Ou
burne'd Rackot. 173t
ROYAL t '.
ttrexijsUu - v. &
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
CUBANS ASK ONLY FOR JUSTICE.
Spain IinpoverUhoa the Island
and Gives No Return.
WABUiwaTON, Dee. 17. The mani
festo of tho Cuban revolutionary party
to tho people of thn United Btatea was
made publlo today. It la a. long docu
ment, prepared by Enrique Joao
Varooa, ox-doputy of the Spanish
cort09, and revlowa tho history of the
revolutionary agitation in Cuba and
tho present conditions on the Island.
Tho manifesto summarizes the Cubans'
"Tho pcoplo of Cuba require only
liberty aud lndopendonco to becomo a
factor lu tho prosperity und progress of
civilized nations, liutoad of an elomont
of disturbance and ruin. Tho fault lies
entirely with Spain, Cuba la not the
oflendor, but It Is tho defender of its
rights. Let America, let tho world
decide whero rests Justice and right."
It Is sot out that no people could bear
(ho wrongs oudurod bv the Cubans
without protest, or without degrading
aud condemning themselves to anni
hilation. Tho manifesto cencludes:
"Spain denies thoCubsns all effective
powera lu their own country; cou-
duct of their labor without giving iu
return cither safety, prosperity or edu
cation. Simln baa shown borself
utterly Incapable of governing Cuba,
whloh It exploits, Impoverishes and
demorali. a, Cubans aro in anger,
but In despair, have appealed to armsto
defuud their rights and vlndlcato that
No Previous Season Has Offered Better
Assortments or Better Values,
Xino Initial Hnndkorchiofs
for Indies or gentlomon.
Silk nockwear in tocks, bows
ITino ombruidorh'd ilk liand
korchirtfH. Ladies' and bubscs' cashmoro
Ladies' wool fascinators.
Silk Initial Handkorchiofs,
Plain Silk Handkorchiofs.
Now neokwear lioliday
Flno cnBhmoro gloves.
Scarf pins, shirt studs,
Chonillo stand covers, Silk
mittens, card cases, pocltot
books, hand bags, fancy neck
wear fancy towels.
William kid gloves, boaded
fuscinators, fino embroidered
linen handkerchiefs, handsome
drawn work towels, infants'
hoods, combination pocket
books and card cases.
J. J. DALRYMPLE & CO.
ftgrStoro open evenings until, after holidays.
Latest U. S. Gov't Hcpot t
eternal prlnolple, without whloh every
community la iu danger, the principle
of Justice. Nobody has the right of
oppression. Spain oppresses us. In
rebelling agaUst oppression we deteaxt
the right; In serving our own cas we
servo the cause of mankind We hars
not counted the number of our saesaJes
nor measured their strength. We msy
And ruin and death a few steps ab4.
Bo be It, we do our duty, If the world
la Indifferent to our cause, so much tin
worse for all. A new Iniquity shall
have been consummated. Theprl&cipls
of human solidarity shall have Buffered
The bond of Dottle Bmltb, guardian
of Jene Van Der Baan, a person ef
weak mind, was approved by ttts
county court yesterday. It (a ia the
sum of 51,400, and O. B. Bmlth and F.
Van Der Bttan are the sureties. Ju4g
Hubbard has named Pall K. Fretz,
IS. O. Mlnton and Frank Gllmoro as
Tho county olerk received, yeeler
day, tho coat bill Of tho Jtflerson Jus
tlco of tho peace, who conducted the
Inquest over the remains of LMlle
Weddlo, tho young girl who com
mitted sulcldo at that place last week.
It amounts to about $38.
O. F. Paxton, of Portland, alturuey
for tho defendant In onsoof 13, P. Mu
Cotnaok, truatoe, agalust tbo Salem
Consolidated Street Railway company,
yesterday tiled a gonoral demurrer to
A nice box of candy from
makes n splendid holiday
Holiday slippers at Kraussee Bros.
" cdmt r-rrrj
It U A mitt.r of V.ll Imnnrtinem in tnAfh-r-
Th minufjclurfr of tho flAIL HORIH1N
UAOU1 BKANO CONDUN3I3U MILK
I nut jumphLt. emitted "I N I'ANT 1 1 8ALTI I .
Ufhlsh-hiil.lk In Imh. A.ll. UCU
YORK CONDRNSEU MILK CO., 71 llujjon
Slrt, Niw York. '
Foster's Real Kid Warranted Cllovee.
Bilk Umbrellas, paragou frames,
choice assortment of handles.
. Heavy Bilk Muillern.
Black Fur Tippets.
Evening Gloves, Moucquetalres
cream and colors.
Foster's fancy stitched book gloves.
Largo assortment of silk umbrellas.
Finely Embrolderled Bureau Scarfs.
Real seal pocket books,
Congo caiioa, solid silver tips.
Whito Aurora Fur Beta.
Oholco line silk umbrollaa.
Men's lino Fedora bats.
Ladle' moreen skirts.
Fiucat Down Comforts.
Ladles' capoa and Jackets.
Novelties In umbrellas,
Stuttgart's sanitary ulftht shirts.
Happy Home suit guaranteed.
Ladles' fur capes.
Finest quality laco curtains.